Who knew that a group called, “I hate it when mechanical pencils refuse to use that last half inch of lead” existed? Among the millions of groups that we come across everyday, there exists thousands of incredibly hilarious and funny Facebook groups that we join simply because it’s so ridiculous. So, here now are the funniest Facebook groups everyone should join immediately.
This upcoming Wednesday, I will be attempting to pass my driving test for the third time (Read about my experience taking the test the first time!). This goes to show that you should never ask me to give you a ride. But am I really a terrible driver? I don’t know. You see, the rules of the road and I just don’t get along too well.
There are hundreds of reasons why I hate driving as much as I hate taking public transportation. I just cross my fingers and hope that scientists will hurry up and invent autopilot for our cars (Update: Google built one!). In the meantime, take a look at the following five reasons why I hate driving.
Packing over 1,500 pages, Scott Mueller’s Upgrading and Repairing PCs is now my personal paper weight. Foolishly purchased a while back, the book masterfully destroyed my hopes of one day being able to use words like “mainframe” and “gigabyte” in a simple, coherent English sentence.
As of this moment, I have 100 followers on Twitter after creating an account on July 9th, 2009. Pretty stellar, eh?
Based on this underwhelming success, I am definitely not your best source for learning how to reach Twitter stardom. But who really cares about gaining more followers and participating in games of superficiality? What Twitter users are dying to know is the opposite: attaining absolutely NO followers PERIOD. Right?
So with my expertise and well-established track record, let me dispose to you the invaluable secrets to losing all your Twitter followers once and for all.
Congratulations! You are the proud owner of an iPod Touch! According to Apple, it is “the funnest iPod ever.” Unfortunately, it ain’t so fun for you. How come? Is it because you’re still stunned by how you can scroll down a page with the flick of a finger? Or that you can zoom in and out of a picture with the simple pinch of your fingers? Then, allow me to rescue you from your hazy world. With these never-before-seen tips and tricks(not really), you can finally demonstrate to your neighbor’s cat your superiority in technological know-how.
If a blog is published and no one is around to visit it, does the blog exist?
Man! That took a long and hard(That’s what she said!) amount of thinking!
LonePlacebo is a frequent mover these days. First, it was born in a house named Weebly and later transfered over to WordPress. While the latest change in scenery is less pronounced than before, I feel that this may be the last time I ever have to write another post titled, “LonePlacebo Has Moved!”
Masterfully crafted from the venerable Microsoft Paint [/caption]To my scarce population of loyal readers: I send my greatest appreciation to you all and promise that your devotion has not been in vain.
To the new visitors of LonePlacebo: I look forward to bringing you countless LOLz moments into your unspectacular life and hope that you would reciprocate in kind fashion.
From now until December 15, 2010, I will work and dedicate my full effort into providing valuable content to my readers. Topics discussed will focus primarily on technology, social media, current news, and my personal life. Though not set in stone, I will have to remind myself constantly to adhere to these four central subjects.
I, as founder, editor-in-chief, CEO, and chairman of LonePlacebo, hereby declare my full commitment into establishing a successful blog by all means necessary and proper.